Rumbling Noise

Many thoughts have been cooked in my brain. Too much time was wasted trying to figure out what’s next. I wake up in the morning and go to sleep by the dawn. And the time in between is what I spend thinking of you. Yes, you.
I still can’t decide what should I write next. Should it be about a few random thoughts as usual? Or should it be another chapter of The Love Agenda?

It is confusing of how a thousand random thoughts rage inside of this little head of mine. What’s more confusing is finding a way to let them all out in a way if spoken they would be clearly understood. One can fake it, everything is and can be faked and nobody can deny that. Nobody.

Electricity went off a few minutes ago, thus no Internet and more time of my own. It is 4 PM, the sun is still up but where I am now is very dark, and if it wasn’t for the glass interface of the place, it would be as dark as a cave can be. Noise of generators of all kinds and sizes is filling the area and one has to shout to be heard by someone nearby.

Piano music is played on low volume so you would enjoy what you’re listening to and relax, but I, on the other side, listen to it on high volume as a way to isolate myself from the rumbling noise and maybe try to inject some relaxation so I would stop worrying and thinking besides making assumptions and exhausting my mind with thoughtless matters.

I have always wanted to write a very long post. But all have come to no avail, as I am used to summarizing. I have tried so many times and I have always failed but I will still try until I write a very long post. A meaningful very long post. A post that would change ones life or way of thinking if read and clearly understood.

Listening to the same tracks whenever I write makes them boring. I don’t know about other bloggers, but I can’t write or think correctly if I am bored. And now that the Internet connection is back, the chain of thoughts is broken. Therefore, I have nothing in mind to write about.

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About Nader Elkhuzundar

Nader Elkhuzundar is a commentator on Palestinian affairs and Co-founder of Beyond Compromise (www.beyondcompromise.com). Elkhuzundar occasionally freelances for The Guardian, International Business Times, and others. He's a social media enthusiast and tech savvy with particular interest in new technologies and analytics, and enjoys reading over Arabic coffee and dark chocolate.
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One Response to Rumbling Noise

  1. sunbula says:

    Interesting display of your thoughts while there is no electricity. It is important to isolate ourselves from this technology because sometimes its distracting us not to think in details what surrender us.

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